This research is funded through the National Science Foundation Grant NSF-OPP-07-13992. The authors thank the Summit Station science technicians, the 109th Air National Guard, and CH2MHill Polar Services for logistical support. Additional gratitude is extended to the Danish Commission for Scientific Research for providing access to GEOSummit Station.
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